Chapter 18: Working with Collections

Declaring Collections recipe1801cs.aspx recipe1801cs.aspx source C#
Declaring Collections recipe1801vb.aspx recipe1801vb.aspx source VB.NET
Looping Through Each Item in an Enumerable Collection recipe1802cs.aspx recipe1802cs.aspx source C#
Looping Through Each Item in an Enumerable Collection recipe1802vb.aspx recipe1802vb.aspx source VB.NET
Creating a Custom Collection recipe1803cs.aspx recipe1803cs.aspx source C#
Creating a Custom Collection recipe1803vb.aspx recipe1803vb.aspx source VB.NET
Passing an Array of Parameters to a Method recipe1804cs.aspx recipe1804cs.aspx source C#
Passing an Array of Parameters to a Method recipe1804vb.aspx recipe1804vb.aspx source VB.NET
Using a HashTable Collection recipe1805cs.aspx recipe1805cs.aspx source C#
Using a HashTable Collection recipe1805vb.aspx recipe1805vb.aspx source VB.NET
Using a Queue Collection recipe1806cs.aspx recipe1806cs.aspx source C#
Using a Queue Collection recipe1806vb.aspx recipe1806vb.aspx source VB.NET
Using a Stack Collection recipe1807cs.aspx recipe1807cs.aspx source C#
Using a Stack Collection recipe1807vb.aspx recipe1807vb.aspx source VB.NET
Using a SortedList Collection recipe1808cs.aspx recipe1808cs.aspx source C#
Using a SortedList Collection recipe1808vb.aspx recipe1808vb.aspx source VB.NET

  "The concept for this book is deceptively simple: a list of ASP.NET Web application tasks and how to accomplish them in code. The trick is in having identified those 150 or so common tasks and then to create clear, simple examples that show you how to do them. There's no dross here, just a little text and a bunch of code samples. Here's the bottom line: if I have an ASP.NET book open on my desk at any given moment, it's most likely to be this one."
Mike Pope